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all right. summon the ruba caranas. where's my cocktail? . a tough sell for some. the u.s. president defends his orders for major immigration reform as critics gear up to fight it. >> stepped up security and an appeal for calm. missouri braces for the grand jury ruling on the death of an unarmed africa teenager. >> he wore the same suit for a year and he raises a stink but not the way you may think. can't wait for that one. welcome to our viewers in the u.s. and around the world. u.s. president barack obama is in las vegas this weekend trying
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to rally support for his immigration reform plans. he signed executive orders on board air force one on friday. they could provide legal status for 5 million immigrants. he said he had to take action because republicans in congress would not. republican leaders say he overstepped his constitutional authority but some immigrants say it doesn't go far enough. >> a lot of the people who attended this speech of the president attended the one in 2013 and a big rally that happened in 2008 where 11,000 people showed up to hear the president's vision when it comes to immigration reform. it is controversial for a number of reasons. a lot of people are happy that the president did something. they feel this is a relief for older people who are undocumented workers in this country. but there is also a great deal
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of frustration particularly from young folks who do not believe that their parents are included, swept up in this executive order to allow them to stay and avoid deportation. this is the president talking during his speech. he was interrupted and went on as a young man in the audience challenged him why he didn't go further. listen to that. >> we're still going to have to pass a bill. this is a first stip. it's not the only step. we're still going to have to do more work. so let -- i've heard you. i've heard you, young man. i've heard you and i understand. i've heard you but this is just a first step. so i'm talking to a lot of people here. i've been respectful to you, i want you to be respectful to me, will. >> reporter:? -- all right? >> i want to let you know who what we know of him.
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he is a high school math teacher and we spoke to his friend who was right beside him during the speech. he left when and he was emotional about it. he said he doesn't believe his parents are included in this executive order and this is something that the people in the community fear that their parents will be deported. that is the main concern. i want to point out it was before the speech occurred there was a small group of protesters but very vocal. this was a group of tea partiers and veterans and bikers who were confronted by an obama supporter. it was very emotional and very hot. listen to this and what was behind it. >> all the reason to -- you're a racist. you're a racist. you're a racist. >> only two people that really belong in the united states anyway and that's the mexican
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and the indian. everybody else is a -- >> all the illegal yens are going to be legal aliens. >> we live within our means and obey the laws. we're a nation of laws. >> you can see very emotional. this is not something that people are shirking away from. this is a very hot issue. this is something that the president is going to have a lot of work to do when it comes to selling it to the american people. it was important to do it here symbolically as well because of the high latino population and he needed the state so desperately back in 2008 and it is something he will be selling around the country. tuesday in chicago he will have a round table to discuss immigration reform and try to
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sell this to the people. we know back in washington there are threats of government shutdown and calls for impeachment. >> mr. obama is asking people in ferguson, missouri and around the united states to remain calm after a grand jury issues its verdict in the michael brown case. the grand jury is deciding whether darren wills listen be charge with a crime in the shooting death of an unarmed black teenager. his death has sparked daily protests since that day. most of the demonstrations were peaceful but some turned violent. many are boarding up their windows in case of violence. the nearby town has seen its share of protests and some residents say they feel like they are preparing for a war. jason carole has more from clayton, missouri. >> reporter: large demonstrations have taken over the streets of ferguson for months.
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but in the past few days, clayton, missouri, a relatively small, affluent town less than ten miles away has seen its share of unrest. it's where the grand jury sits and where the prosecutor handling the darren wilson case has its offices. since many feel the grand jury will not indict officer wilson and because mccullough is too close to law enforcement to be parable, demonstrators have their eye on clayton. >> nobody is really sure about what's going to be said or what's going to be done but it's all the reactions and what we're preparing for we feel like we're preparing for a war. >> reporter: businesses located blocks away from mccullough's office worry what will happen here when the grand jury release its findings. julie leader says their toy store should have a steady flow of pre-holiday shoppers but not
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now. >> this is the busiest time of year. and with the possibility of that affecting our business it's a little bit scary and it's scary to think of the damage that might happen to the store. zblus just down the street, more concerns. >> whichever decision comes down is, i think, still going to be problematical. >> and i think that most of the problem is not coming from here but people in are coming in and instigating and inflaming people stwlan the problem to begin with. it's wrong. >> reporter: michael brown's family has called for calm and brown's father recorded a public service announcement urging nonviolence. residents are hoping that demonstrators are listening. >> i like to think that our community is going to be very fair in how we treat whatever the verdict is going to be.
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and i would like to think that it's done in a peaceful way. >> reporter: jason carole, cnn, clayton, missouri. a congressional report finds no intelligence failure prior to the attack in benghazi, libya. and says there was no standdown order to cia operatives but it says that security was weak and the way that the cia wrote talking points was flawed. four americans were killed that day. police in contain yeah say gunmen have killed 28 people on a bus. no one has claimed responsibility. kenya's interior ministry says that security agencies are in pursuit of the bandits, as they put it. the bus was headed to nairobi with 66 people on board when the
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gunmen attacked. days away from a deadline as world powers negotiate iran's nuclear program we ask the country's people whether they want to see a deal. have you ever seen a city buried in snow? coming up, more of the bird's eye view of buffalo, new york and how long it might take to dig out from it all. man (sternly): seriously? where do you think you're going? mr. mucus: to work, with you. it's taco tuesday. man: you're not coming. i took mucinex to help get rid of my mucusy congestion. mr. mucus: oh, right then i'll swing by in like 4 hours... just set aside a few tacos for me. man: forget the tacos! one pill lasts 12 hours. i'm good all day. mr. mucus (to himself): wait! your loss. i was going to wear a sombrero. [announcer:] only mucinex has a bi-layer tablet that starts fast, and keeps working. not 4, not 6, but 12 full hours. start the relief. ditch the misery. let's end this.
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welcome back to cnn's live coverage. the deadline looms to strike a deal with iran on its nuclear
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program. britain's top diplomat called the talks complex but useful. six world powers have until monday to reach a breakthrough. it could open up the country to the west. but do the people of iran want to see a nuclear deal? we set up an open mic in tehran and asked that question. here are the answers. they may surprise you. >> reporter: in the islamic republic of iran it's in the papers, on tv, on everyone's mind. the nuclear talks between iran and the world powers, with a deadline for the talks fast approaching, everyone here has an opinion. so we came to tehran's square and set up a cnn open mic with this question, do you want a nuke deal? >> yes, we want a deal. everyone would like deal.
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>> translator: we've reached a point where we have to solve this issue. >> translator: no one wants conflict. peace is always better than everything else. >> translator: 100% i want relations with america. there's nothing wrong having relations with america as long as they don't use us. >> translator: i have two sons who are sitting at home unemployed. if there is an agreement, the world will open, people can travel. we'll have more jobs. >> translator: the sanctions have caused damage. we can't deny it. >> translator: all the country's problems are linked to sanctions, high prices and shortage of goods. >> translator: i think we need to think about our needs. it's our right to have a nuclear program. >> translator: i demand my government not to sign an agreement if iran's rights are not honored. we paid a steep price to give up our rights now. we should not back down. >> translator: our nuclear program is nothing to worry
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about. the world powers accuse us of building a bomb. but that's not true. >> translator: why are we dangerous? iranians have been around since the beginning of civicization. >> translator: the world powers have nuclear bombs so does israel and pakistan and india. they can destroy the world four times. >> translator: even if we give up our nuclear program the other side won't accept it. >> translator: i think it's all just a game. it's a farce and iranians know this. it's all a game. >> translator: i don't have faith in either side. they only care about themselves. >> translator: if everything is done with justice and wisdom they have to reach an agreement. i want peace. i want an agreement so people can live in peace. >> the consensus is clear. most iranians say yes, we want a deal to happen if it's fair. however, not everyone thinks a
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deal is going to happen. everyone is waiting for outcome. >> we will let you know what happens as the negotiations continue. there's so much snow blanketing buffalo new york right now, the best way to see it is from the sky. we'll get a tour. hundreds of people fill the streets for the funeral of a murdered beauty queen and her sister. more about the suspects and their deaths. no...soup! oh! soup! loaded with vegetables. packed with taste.
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the u.s. city of buffalo, new york is still dealing with a deadly autumn snowstorm. 2 meters fell in three days. that is a year's worth of snow and it's not winter yet. 13 people dies in the snow. brian todd went up in a helicopter to see what it looks like right now. >> look at the levels of snow up to the window of many of the houses more than three days after the snowstorm began, still just massive levels of snow in these neighborhoods south of buffalo. there is a guy digging snow off his roof. this has been a major problem, snow drifts on the tops of roofs. overnight thursday and friday, 30 roofs had collapsed and hundreds more were being monitored. schools in buffalo have been
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closed all week. look at the buses and how much they're still covered. this is ralph wilson stadium where the bills play their home games. look at the snow on the field. a big story is whether the bills can play their home game on sunday. was decided they could not clear the snow from the facility in time. the bills are going to play in detroit on monday night. this is what a completely unplowed street in buffalo looks like. they are trying to dig out a pickup truck. these people may not get out of here any time soon. we're getting another snow shower here in buffalo. this is an extraordinary snow event. we talked to people who have lived here 50 years and they say they've never seen anything like this. >> amazing video there. let's go to derek van damme in the weather center. those aerials tell the picture and now of course the snow is
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going to melt at some point. >> we have a big warmup in store for buffalo, new york. temperatures well above freezing and the possibility of rainfall. so a double whammy at the moment in terms of bad news. this is the forecast going into your saturday and sunday. the temperatures warming up all the way into monday, 14 degrees celsius, in the middle 50s. rain in the forecast and we could experience half an inch to an inch of rainfall on top of the snow totals that took place in that area. here's the precipitation in the future. on and off again rain showers saturday and sunday. but there is the low pressure system that will setting in by monday that could bring the chance of additional rainfall to that area. the temperatures are above average and we're talking about 224 centimeters. that's the highest snow total we saw from this lake effect snow event. that's 88 inches.
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and we have a lot of things to consider with that snowfall. you heard brian todd talk about the snow on roofs. think about what the rain does when that falls on top of the heavy snow pack on the structures or the buildings, rain just adds additional weight to the roofs of houses. it absorbs into the snowfall leading to a roof collapsing. we'll see the possibility of that increase as the temperatures warm up and the chance of rain increases as well. if we were to extract all the available water out of that thin band of snow that fell in western new york state, 10 to 25 centimeters of liquid equivalent. that is 4 to 10 inches and we add on on of that the additional rainfall. but that chance of flooding has several factors. it depends on that rate of
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melting. by monday is the warmest temperatures and we confine the probability of flooding to that narrow band. but certainly a good chance that the sewer drains will be clogged with snow and ice chunks and that will add to the possibility of urban flooding as well. we have flood watches across five counties. that's from sunday to wednesday. now we're going to say good-bye to the extreme cold temperatures for the eastern half of the united states. we start to warm up. but look what's coming, another shot of arctic air by wednesday and thursday. not letting up any time soon. >> a nice chilly fall, isn't it? >> or we'll say early winter. >> thanks, derek. a scene of chaos and fire in mexico city. thousands of demonstrators were pushed out by riot police on
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thursday. the protesters angry about the intention into the deaths of 43 college students. cnn asks what's next? >> reporter: an ancient call to battle and the first protesters march into mexico city's main square. tired, wet. shouting out the numbers one to 43 to mourn the abduction and likely murder of 43 college students. hours later, the demonstration erupted in violence with protesters throwing molotov cocktails at riot police. pitched battles and stampedes. now, the inevitable question, what next?
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president nieto condemned the violence but said the concerns were legitimate. society rightly is tired of feeling violated, he said. is tired of impunity and crime. a recognition of what was hard to ignore. tens of thousands of mexicans taking to the streets to demand answers. what really happened to the 43 students who disappeared in late september after a clash with police and what will the government do to tackle the lawlessness and the corruption in mexico? for a long time, the country's kept quiet because it's not just 43, it's thousands and thousands who have disappeared. supporters hope the protest will launch a national movement to investigate those cases. >> the day after the massive
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protests it's hard to tell that anything hammed at all and talking to people they seem to be divided about whether the massive protest was a historicing point or back to business as usual. nothing's changed from my perspective, he says. i think people listen get tired of it all before things really change. now the government has to respond, she says the 43 aren't the only ones. we all have children. the cathedral bells ring out in the main square, the protest still fresh in musepeople's min for now. in honduras 300 people attended a funeral for a beauty queen and her sister.
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>> reporter: an inconsolable mother saying good-bye to two daughters one last time. they killed my two beauties she says, standing between two wooden coffins. a 19-year-old beauty queen and her 23-year-old sister were shot and killed, according to honduran police. their bodies were found buried in a wooded area near santa barbara in central honduras. two men have been arrested in connection with their deaths. just 19 years old, maria jose alvarado had an impressive resume. she was a finalist in the miss teen honduras pageant in 2012. >> she won the world miss honduras crown in april and represented the country in a regional beauty pageant in belize and working on a honduran
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tv show. the miss world organization says we are devastated by this loss of two young women who were so full of life. this is miss world honduras director. she was supposed to be going to the miss world pageant in december. >> translator: this was going to be maria jose's day. now that can't happen any more. >> reporter: in her profile she talked about her dreams beyond modelling. she wanted to be a diplomat for her country, a dream that will be unfulfilled due to her untimely death. up next, preparing for possible trouble. what officials have planned ahead of a major announcement in ferguson, missouri. a town split by race.
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welcome back to our viewers in the u.s. and around the world. in the headlines this hour, u.s. president barack obama is defending his executive orders on immigration reform. congressional republicans are furious saying he's rewriting federal law on his own. but mr. obama says his message is simple. he would like them to pass a bill on immigration. a new congressional report finds no intelligence failure prior to the deadly 2012 attack on the u.s. compound in benghazi, libya. they also say there was no
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standdown order to cia operatives but says security was weak and the way cia wrote some talk points was flawed. president obama and michael brown's family is urging calm in ferguson, missouri. brown was the unarmed black teen shot to death by a white policeman. the grand jury is decide building to charge the officer with a crime. there have been days of protests since the death. the attorney for michael brown's family says they just want justice and equality from the grand jury and an indictment would only be the beginning of the legal challenges ahead. >> probably cause is on the scale. it's not the beyond a reasonable doubt. if they indict him he will is his day in court. nobody is saying he doesn't get his constitutional rights. we just want to know if we're
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going to have a chance at justice. that's why you see the people in fursson and all around this country so frustrated because they say why don't we get equal justice for our children when they are dead on the street? >> let's look at the grand jury investigation. the 12 member panel has been meeting since late august to review evidence and listen to witness testimony in the case. but the proceedings and identities of the grand jury members are secret. they will decide whether officer darren wills listen be charged with any one of several possible crimes including first degree or second degree murder, voluntary or involuntary manslaughter. nine of the 12 grand jury members must vote yes in order to indict. the fbi and other agencies have sent extra agents to st. louis. demonstrators have been
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protesting there as well since brown's death. the police chief told anderson cooper, his officers are ready for whatever happens. >> it's not something i requested but as we talk about preparations we have highway patrol, st. louis county, national guard. i expected the federal assets as well. >> how visible will the s.w.a.t. team presence be? obviously there was a concern the last time around about the footprint of law enforcement on the ground. a lot of protesters felt it made the situation worse. >> well, and we've heard that. and we've had a lot of positive dialogue with protesters over the last couple of weeks. and so the initial respondent from law enforcement every day you will see the police officers in their everyday uniform. but law enforcement and i think the community expects us to be
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prepared. we're not going to put our plans in place and escalate the situation until there is a cause to do so. >> so as long as the protests are peaceful and order you will, you don't see a scenario where we see military, you know, style police officers or police officers pointing shotguns or rifles at unarmed protesters? >> that's actually the hope. and that's what we've been working towards. we have built some strong lines of communications. and there are people on their side on the protest side working to deescalate the situation. so we're hoping that pays dividends going forward. just because there are protests doesn't mean you will see the military style presence. that type of equipment is here to keep people safe. >> you have been work with the
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coalition, the don't shoot group of protesters and you said that both sides have agreed on at least 12 of 19 proposed rules. and i'm wondering about the other seven. can you talk about what hasn't been agreed upon or you feel is inappropriate? >> well, the first one is they wanted to dictate what police officers wore and on west florissant or in the city of st. louis. they didn't want to see riot commitment or things like that. my commitment is we would come out in our regular clothes but if we need personal protective gear, that's something we would use. they talked about the militarization, if you will. those are things that keep people safe. while the optics are hard and are not pleasant at times, that equipment has kept people safe. a riot helmet has never hurt
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anyone. it may have agitated the crowd a little bit but the goal is to keep people safe and protect property and the constitutional rights of the protesters so they can have their voice heard. >> governor dixon has launched the national guard do. you know how they are going to be used. last time their numbers were small and they were at the command post around ferguson, not out on the streets as some people had thought they might be. this time around do you know how it's going to be? >> and that's a great question. and i'll start by saying what they're not going to be used for. they're not going to be on the front line to sup will not law enforcement. they will do command post security, protecting police stations and courthouses. and what that means is those officers in those jobs can be put out in the community,
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whether to deal with protests and demonstrations or to help the community feel safer. >> the cheat says his department had months to prepare and their officers can arrest criminals as well as protect lawful people. the u.s. and turkey are downplaying their differences. joe biden met with turkey's prime minister on friday and emphasized the lodge-time friendship between the two countries. he says he wants his country to see a no-fly zone over syria and the removal of bashar al-assad. more than a million syrians are struggling to survive on their own. turkey's refugee camps are full to bursting and many people are flying ear yeah, making their way to istanbul. we show you a day in the life of
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a poignant video there. you can find ways to help those displaced by the conflict by logging on to our website. we have information on credited organizations that are helping syrian refugees like that little boy. people living in donetsk are caught in the middle of a fight between russian separatists and ukrainian government fighters.
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from the west african country of togo, frustration has flooded the streets. security forces in the country's capital fired tear gas and water
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cannons at protesters on friday. demonstrators threw stones and set up barricades and set fire to tires. protesters want a term limit for the west african nation's president which would force him to step down next year. in ukraine, artillery fire continues right down the road from the donetsk airport. and many innocent families are caught in the middle. phil black shows you how doctors are trying to help on the front lines. >> reporter: 11-year-old vlad is being treated for breathing problems. it's hard to stay warm in the local bomb shelter where he and his mother spend many nights. he describes his fear, the loud noises of war and he cries quietly. even here, this traumatized
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child is not beyond the reach of ukraine's conflict. that is artillery fire, ominously close. it is common background noise. this is the chief doctor here. she shows me dozens of blown-out windows where artillery smashed through the wall of a children's wing and the remains of what fell here. this is a front-line hospital. it's in separatist territory, the region of the most intense fighting. most of the staff defy risk to continue working. this doctor tells me it's their duty. he says if they weren't here, many more people would die. the ukrainian government has stopped sending money for wages and medicine. what they get now is charity
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truck aid cross the nearest international border. all of this metasin, she says, has come from russia. so do the new windows that are being installed. the staff here try to ignore politics but for some it's clearly a struggle to suppress the anger they feel for the ukrainian government. this is a nurse that once believed in national unity. i don't need ukraine like this, she says. i know this with all my heart. the hearts of many across the separatist territory have grown hard and bitter through war. those who have dedicated their lives to caring and healing are not mean. -- immune. and russia's economic crisis reaches further than the low oil price and valuation of the ruble
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it's pushing people into poverty. matthew chance shows us the faces of russia's tumbling economy and how they rely on charity for a hot meal. >> reporter: every weeknight in russia's second city they come to this mobile soup kitchen for their only hot meal, soup and bred. as russia's economy plunges, more citizens are depending on charity to survive. men like gleb, not homeless or unemployed, just poor. i have work, he told me but i don't get much salary. after the rent for my flat there's not enough for food. with rising prices in russia, that shortage of cash is push whole families into poverty. elena, who is 56 says she spends all of her pension supporting her close relatives.
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without this free throw line food, she'd just go hungry. >> translator: the economic situation in russia isn't very good. i'm responsible for three people, me, my granddaughter, and my son. half of my pension goes on rent and what's left is too small. you know, you hear about the economic crisis in russia, devaluing ruble, the sanctions from europe and the united states. but these are the people it really affects in many ways the most vulnerable citizens. if the economic crisis continues, this situation is only going to get worse. this one soup van operated by a charity called place to sleep works across st. petersburg,
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serving thousands of meals a year to the city's poor. they are bracing for greater demand in the months ahead. >> we anticipate that the number of jobless people will increase and increase significantly and that, salaries will drop and of course. >> increase the amount of people that come here. >> yes, sure. >> for many the impact of the economic downturn has so far been limited. but for those teetering on the poverty line it's already a disaster. matthew chance, st. petersburg. google's grip on searching in europe may be about to weaken. but even if the bill passes, final authority lies with the european commission.
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the regulators have criticized the way that google displaced search results in europe. the dow and the s and p 500 closed at record highs on friday. stocks climbed thanks to china's first rate cut in more than two years. the u.s. markets were boosted by comments suggesting the purchase of government bonds to fight deflation. entire populations of fish are disappearing at an alarming rate. we'll tell you about a new program that helps hunt high rat vessels taking too much from the oceans. no one noticed when an australia news anchor wore the same suit every day for a year. what's going on here? we'll have the story in a moment. [ rob ] we weren't always the most adventurous couple.
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a window washer in the u.s. is alive after falling 11 stories from a building in san francisco on to that car. that's what happened to the car. witnesses say it was totalled from the impact. the driver wasn't hurt. the window washer is undergoing surgery, we're told. he does have life threatening injuries. authorities are not releasing his name. a new tech tool for fishing is expected to launch next year. but instead of helping you find fish it will help track down pirate fishing vessels.
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>> reporter: some types of fish popular on menus worldwide are disappearing from oceans. with millions of ships combing the seas for a catch, 90% of the world fish population was fully fished or overfished in 2012. >> why? so we know what's happening. when and where it's legal or not. and we can altogether ensure that fishing is done more sustainably. >> reporter: in near realtime the program tracks the position, course and speed of fishing vessels using the signal that is sent to land based stations,
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overships and satellites. >> you can overlay the marine protected areas where people aren't supposed to be fishing. if we see fishing within those areas then that's suspicious activity. >> reporter: most coastal countries do not fish within 200 nautical miles of other countries. but the problem is how do you catch the ships breaking the rules? >> there are vessels that are pirate fishing vessels because they have been known to fish illegally. so we can pull up information on a given vessel and see what it is doing. >> there are 300 vessels on the blacklists that need monitoring. with the proper funding it plans to launch a web-based version for the general public in the coming years. a news anchor in australia
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wore the same suit for a year to prove a point about men and women. here's cnn's ge-- >> why would the co most known as being the opposite from the grumpy cat why would he wear the same suit for a year? this is a montage of the wardrobe dysfunction. though he did change his shirts and ties, his co-workers raised a minor stink. >> it has been stinking. >> but the stink he wanted to raise -- was to show that female anchors are judged more harshly than men. after wearing the same suit for a year he said no one has noticed. no one gives a [ bleep ]. he started the experiment around the same time his co-host gave a
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speech coating a mean e-mail from someone named angela. >> today's outfit is particularly jarring and awful. >> to which lisa responded -- >> dear angela. did i mention i'm not a model and i must not clash with the ties, or the suits, or the couch. >> another host got this letter, dare i say, did you obtain your clothes from charity shops. we jump out at you and you jump all over us. i personally live in mortal fear of leaving one of these exposed so you wouldn't listen to what i say. >> she discusses the mideast and the economy but she is fashion road kill to the viewer who is seeing red over that tight red
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dress, not appropriate for the news. most women in media recall a memorable insult. >> my bangs were in the way. >> when you are off pregnancy and someone calls you a heifer on the air, it stings. >> larry king's contribution to mean tweets. >> if you skinned larry king and ironed out his leatherer you could make enough coats to give one to every poor child in america. >> get some style. >> new york. it can be challenging to dress for this job on many days. thank you for watching. my colleague zain asher is up next. and we are keeping an eye on missouri. the president urging calm.
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i'm natalie allen. thanks for watching cnn.
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pen to paper. u.s. president obama signs executive orders a day after announcing his controversial immigration reform plan. republicans say they are ready for a fight. a wall of police. authorities gather on the streets of ferguson, missouri, in the leadup to the highly-anticipated grand jury decision. we will be keeping an eye on that for you. and no laughing matter. bill cosby defends himself against the rape allegations after one journalist says he sounded the alarm years ago. welcome to our viewers in the united states and around the